You can't `Circle X' a deadlined computer

Conti, Gregory J.
October 1994
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Oct/Dec94, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p47
Offers tips for military intelligence officers on maintenance and repair of computers being used in deployment. Printers; Communication; Power; Backups.


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